Stockton’s Prallsville Mills will host its annual Progressive Dinner on Saturday, April 6. The event will raise funds to support the preservation and restoration of the historic mill complex, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Guests can look forward to an evening of cocktails, dinner and live auction items.
The fun starts with cocktails at 5:30 p.m. in the Grist Mill, the centerpiece of the complex. During cocktails, patrons can bid on items in the silent and live auctions. “With items ranging from a private chef-catered dinner party in your own home; a tour of Bowman’s Hill Preserve followed by cocktails in the garden; and a weeklong rental of a stunning home on a private island in Canada’s Thousand Islands, we expect this year’s live auction to exceed last year’s excitement,” says Beth Japchen, Executive Director. At 7:30 p.m., the evening continues with dinner in several Board Members’ homes in Stockton and surrounding towns.
The Progressive Dinner is open to the public and tickets are for sale online at the Prallsville Mills website, www.prallsvillemills.org. Tickets are $160 for cocktails, dinner and auction or $100 for cocktails and auction only.
About Prallsville Mills
Prallsville Mills is a historic complex listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Considered a significant example of early American industrial architecture, the Mill hosts a multitude of events open to the public. It also hosts weddings and other social celebrations, as well as corporate meetings and events.